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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 28 August 1915

1 1 n if VOL. XXXHI. NO. 40 HAYS, FT IS COUNTY, KANSAS, AUGUST 28, 1915 SUBSCRIPTION $150 PER YEAR in id to TPhTP'TT 11 It v- AD'VAHTAGE The ample capital of this bank, its financial position and established reputation for conservative business methods are among the substantial advantages offered to present and prospective customers. It is the aim of the officers and directors to maintain, and in every way feasible, increase these advantages. Our equipment in each and every department is thoi ough, modern, efficient, and we invite YOUR account with assurance that we are fully prepared to meet the require ments of present and prospective patrons in a spirit of fair ness to all interests concerned. CITIZENS STATE BANK B HAYS, KANSAS THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR e Farmers State Bank OF WALKER, KANSAS. The Hays City Transfer Co. H. L. FELTON, Proprietor Your Business Solicited. Always ready to respond to calls any hour of the day Office Phone 18; Residence 173. HAYS, KANSAS OUR COAL SHEDS...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 28 August 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS romas lynde ILHJ5TMnON5CDM10DES SYNOPSIS. Kenneth Griswold. an unsuccessful irrtter because of socialistic tendencies, tups with his friend Bainbridge at Chau (Eiere's restaurant in New Orleans and declares that if necessary he will steal to keep from starving:. He holds up Andrew Calbraith, president of the Bayou State Security, In his private office and escapes with $160,000 in cash. By original methods 0e escapes the hue and cry and goes aboard the Belle Julie as a deckhand. He Unexpectedly confronts Charlotte Farn Jam of Wahaska, Minn., who had seen film cash Oalbraith's check in the bank. Charlotte recognizes Griswold, but de cides to write to Galbralth rather than denounce the robber to the captain. She eea the brutal mate rescued from drown ing by Griswold and delays sending- her letter to Galbralth. She talks to Gris wold and by his advice sends her letter f betrayal to Galbralth anonymously. Griswold is arrested on the arrival of the boat at St. Louis bu...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 28 August 1915

THE HAYS FREE PSE33 ore wkxi (ROBERT H.MOULTONl Cf - f the invitation of the treasurers index 1 W K i :mm-- fj finger. Once before that same signal j. V:2' I . had meant a raise of $25 a month or, W Nvs '""T- I 1 as he and his wife had put it, a bal- I x V x? t J j- ance in a savings bank. I rw 'tTV " a He laid down his pen and walked 3UPZRZlfrKD7T Itf J. . 4 into the treasurer's' office with an ex- LYmWWMIZ'rCr U - - pression as nearly radiant as his in- JUY APPlJCAJYr H . j -: ,-. f7T ' JL scrutably set face ever wore. fo;E , , T. : ff j - ' IjK T ! 1 fill ! -i,- . ! vS"J 1'- - - I II E glanced up from his ledger and caught the Invitation of the treasurer's index finger. Once before that same signal had meant a raise of $25 a month or, as he and his wife had put it, a bal ance in a savings bank. He laid down his pen and walked into the treasurer's' office with an ex pression as nearly radiant as his in scrutably set face ever wore. When he came out, a change had come over him. His...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 28 August 1915

UR PUBLIC FORUM Ralph Peters On Railway Mail Pay A controversy has been raging in the columns of the press between the railroads and the Federal Post Office Department over the question of proper compensation for handling the United States mails. Mr. Ralph Peters,. Chairman of the Railway Mail Committee, when asked to state the railroad side of the controversy to the American fanner, said ia part: - "The railway mail pay question will be settled and settled permanently and with justice to all concerned as soon as the American people realize that the whole subject, while seemingly complicated and technical, boils down to a few simple points of fair business dealing t -' . : J which no one need "The. first is that the Pest Office Department weighs the mails, and re adjusts the pay of the railroads, only once in four years. This compels the railroads to carry the increase in the mail tonnage during the Intervening years without pay manifestly an injustice in the case of a rapidly growi...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 28 August 1915

HAMMOCKS A NEAT display of hammocks on sale at my store. Summer is now here and a hammock is an ideal pleasure after the days work. THE PRICES ON THESE HAMMOCKS ARE RIGHT. One of the splendid features of these hammocks is the quality and workmanship. Popular colors. Call and see them. Bookseller Stationer and News Dealer R. S. MARKWELL, J!UQimmS3ii!ni8Uilifil vxmssm For Snine. mini!- rnrtrir1cr urrvnHrnrL- P Cm Boa. squirrels, rabbits, etc., it has the penetration and power of the 12-gauge without the weight. , 18 a light, quick gun of beautiful proportions, superb ly balMced, with every up-to-date feature: Kammerlns; Solid Steel Breech, inside as vrell as out; Solid Top; Side Ejection; Matted Barrel; 6 Quick Shots (5 in 20-ga.); ""-Button Cartridge Release; Automatic Hang-Fire jt? Device? Double Extractors; Take-Down; Trigger Ad Hammer Safety. It's just the gun you want ! ZZa&l 12-gauge kammerless repeater, $22.60 gllffiUIMMinillllll!! Don't buy a Tractor until you have seen th...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 28 August 1915

THE HAYS FSEE PRESS DTIIIH WILL FIGHT Former Warden of State Peni tentiary to Resist Charges Brought Against Him. WILL GARRY CASE TO COURT Motions Questioning Legislative Com mission's Jurisdiction Promptly Overruled in Topeka. The attorneys for J. D. Botkin, war den of the Kansas penitentiary, lost out in their preliminary skirmishes before the legislative commission and practically served notice on the legis lative committee that there would be a lawsuit in the supreme court if the findings were adverse to Botkin. The attorneys for the warden filed three motions questioning the juris diction of the commission and asking that certain sections of the charges be stricken out or made more definite and certain. All we overruled. It was set up that the legislature of 1911, in enacting the general ouster law, tad provided a single remedy for the removal of officials.. When these motions were out of the way the commission began the ex amination of B. D. Jones, a cellhouse officer in the p...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 28 August 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS u ECONOMICAL FEED FOR EWES Circular Issued by Missouri Experi ment Station Gives Results Ob tained With Rye and Grain. The feeding of ewes suckling lambs is a factor which materially affects the profit derived from the produc tion of spring lambs. A circular just issued by the agricultural experiment station at 'the University of Missouri reports the work done with ewes suckling lambs, fed on rye and blue gTass pastures. Ewes were placed in four lots. In one lot ewes received grain, on rye pasture. Those in an other lot received only rye pasture. In, a third lot the ewes were fed grain on blue grass pasture, while those in lot four received only blue grass pas ture. The grain for both ewes and lambs consisted of equal parts of crushed corn, oats, bran- and rape. The re sults show that the feeding of grain to ewes on rye and blue grass pasture was not profitable, if the ewes were to be kept. If the ewes were to be marketed with the lambs, the feeding of grain woul...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 28 August 1915

Chanced Kit Luck. Probate Judge B. C. Arnold, on Aug ust 16th, issued marriage licenses to two pairs of colored people, and up to the rrisent date, August 28, no other candidates for connubial bliss have applied for his sanction to wed. B. C. thinks that h;s luck has changed sur enoug i, and that he is "hoc-djced ' right. ' A Theatre Party. On Thursday evening, August 19, Miss Lortna Fuller entertained a num ber of her friends at a theatre party at her home in the south part of town. The guest3 played games and had a jol ly good time and then all went to phe Grand theatre to spend the evening. The guests were: Miss Claudine and Blanche Cook, Louise Orton, Elizabeth and Helen Woods, Mildred Hall, Molly Madden, Messrs. Dick Beach, Walter Kesterson, Jim Price, Truman Ashen felter, Dewey Hickman and Max Kes terson. Princeton, Missouri, Tele gram. i Absent but not -Forgotten Hays People. We print the following from M. E. Dixon, former resident of Hays. Ellis county people are always inte...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 28 August 1915

lb- or 20-Gauge und was exhausted and it was ordered I. l; V - m LXi lowest bidder, the I v.-i no.oniy Topeka and HAJSJIIIT, Supplement to Hays Free Press, Saturday, August 28, 1915. NOTICE OF DELINQUENT TAX I Office of County Treasurer of Ellis county, Kansas 1 Hays, Kansas, July 19th, 1915. I Notice is hereby given that the taxes for the ' year 1914 on the following tracts of land and town i lots, situated in the County of fc.lli8 and State of Kansas, are now due and unpaid and that unless the same are paid on or before the first Tuesday in September, towit: Tuesday. September the 7th. 1'-'15, 1 will on that day and the next succeeding day until all of said tracts of land and town lots are sold, proceed to sell at public sale at my office in Hays City, Kansas, so much of each tract of land and town lot as is necessary to pay the taxes of the year 1914 and the penalties and costs thereon: HAYS ORIGINAL. Block 1 21 2 M. 33, 35 2 Lots 2. 4, 6, 8 15, 17, 1. i3. 25. 27, 26, X8. M) 12 1...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 4 September 1915

HAYS Vr Lp H VOL. XXXni. NO. 41 HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 4, 1915 SUBSCRIPTION $150 PER YEAR -E i raain Trading old age comforts for present pottp enjoyments ap peals to some peopie as being good business some others prefer to trade all present enjoyment for old age comforts. Naturally these are matters for individual settlhment. A rational modsfication of the two plans appeals to us as being good. We all need some enjoyment if we are to do our best work at the same time we need to save for old age comforts. Come in and let us show you how our bank account plan will help you save more .... CITIZENS STATE BANK HAYS, KANSAS THIS SPACE IS fail tn ine farmers OF WALKER, The Hays City Transfer Co. H. L. FELTON, Proprietor , Yoiir Business Solicited. Always ready to respond to calls any hour of the day Office Phone. 18; Residence 173. The Farmers Co-Operative Association HAYS, KANSAS General Grain Business CORN, OATS, COAL, FLOUR and FEED. The best of Coal Canon, Solar, Routt ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 4 September 1915

THE HAYS FREE PBESS -FRANCIS OTDE ELU5TMI0SCDffl0DES ocYrrctfr srOMfiirj 3cxBfrP3 jo3 , SYNOPSIS. Kenneth Griswold. an unsuccessful prriter, because of socialistic tendencies, holds up Andrew Galbraith, president of the Bayou State Security. In the presi dent's private office ad escapes with $100, C00 In cash. By original methods he es capes th hue and cry and goes aboard the Belle Julie as a deckhand. He unex pectedly confronts Charlotte Farnham of IWahaska, Minn., who had seen him cash Galbraith's check in the bank. Charlotte Tecogmizes Griswold, and decides to de nounce him. She soes the brutal mate Rescued from drowning by Griswold. She talks to Griswold and by his advice sends ia letter of betrayal to Galbraith anony niously. Griswold is arrested on the ar rival of the boat at St. Louis, but escapes "from his captors. He decides on Wa Tbaska, Minn., as a hiding: place, and after outfitting himself properly, takes the train. Margery Grierson. daughter of Jasper Grierson. the fin...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 4 September 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS EUROPEAN 5Si cinci ft n y viri ; - ."c, .j FROM THE AKSaiCAN C3USEUM JOURWL wl:- ? 4 J?;-: w"r ? 7 feh? r - mmMmr,-t st: - : "V SSfTZAMCC TO Tff II by early man. This man was pri- if ffiagS-C Oi4; ,--t5A SEA FIGHT SPOILED FOREVER At Least so Far as Being Theme for Artists Is Concerned. Favorite" Truman H. Newberry's cc nments on our naval equipment serve to remind us that a favorite theme of the artist the sea battle is spoiled forever. Modern vessels fight at from ten to seventeen miles, if they fight at all. and thrilling pictures such as Jones, Perry, Farragut, Nelson and .Dewey have Inspired probably will not be painted again. Marine warfare has become very largely a matter of hide-and-seek any way. So far has the gunmaker out stripped the armorplate builder that were equally matched vessels to en gage, a few seconds' firing would' re duce millions of dollars worth of ships to scap-iron shambles. And when the skulking menace of the submarine is considered we ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 4 September 1915

OUR PUBLIC FORUM .. . C. E. Schaff On Rights of tha Common Carrier Per Year in Advance Established I8S2. The time has arrived when the average citizen, it matters not what his vocation, needs to . give a mere serious thought to the railroad problem. In days gone by. this question was largely regarded as one which concerned only those who were interested in railroad securities or those whose living was directly or indi rectly derived from them; in short, as a more cr less "private affair" rather than one which holds within its grasp a large share of the welfare and prosperity of the sntire country. Since the Federal Government and the several states have taken over the regulation and control of the carriers, since the ereat and vital Dower to make and unmake railroad rates has been placed in the hands of the Commissions, i President Wilson, which, in states at least, are more or less responsive to public sentiment, it j - ooco becomes mcumlnt upon every citizen to miorm nimseii upon ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 4 September 1915

HAMMOCKS . A NEAT display of hammocks on sale at my store. . Summer is now here and a hammock is an ideal pleasure after the days work. THE PRICES ON THESE HAMMOCKS ARE RIGHT. One of the splendid features of these hammocks is the quality and workmanship. Popular colors. Call and see them. Bookseller Stationer and News Dealer R. S. MARK WELL, gpr It you rind Thm Safest ErecL-Loadinn S3 v uu sunt, wifiiiIIUn!ni!UHHm!!i!!inil!l!niIl!liIlII!J!il!i!liiaiim for snipe, quail, partridge, woodcock, squirrels, rabbits, etc., it has the penetration and power of the 12-gauge without the weight. It's a light, quick eun of beautiful proportions, superb ly balanced, -with every up-to-date feature: Hammerless; Solid Steel Breech, inside as well as out; Solid Top; Side Ejection Matted Barrel; 6 Quick Shots (S in 20-ga.); PreM-Bntton Cartridge Release; Automatic Hang-Fire SfetT Device; Double Extractor; Take-Down; Trigger and Hammer Safety. It's just the gun you want ! 272mn 12-gaage hammerless repea...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 4 September 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS RUSSIANS LOSE OLITA FORTRESS Germans Continue to Drive the Czar's Forces Before Them Beyond Litovsk. ONLY GRODNO LEFT TO SLAVS London Believes Grand Duke Is Fall ing Back to New Defenses for Another Stand. London, Aug 28. The Germans, in full possession of the entire Brest Litovsk line, have resumed the offen sive in the Baltic provinces and are pressing the Russians Loth in the dis tricts southeast of Mitau and to the east of Kovno in and effort to reach the main line of railway which passes through Vilna and Dvinsk to Petro grad. Troops Pursue Russ. This may in time prove the most important of the German operations, although at present they are using more troops in the pursuit of the Russians who are retiring from Brest Litovsk and the line on either side of the fortress. It is expected that with the fall of Brest-Litovsk, which has been follow ed by that of Olita, south of Kovno, the armies of Field Marshal Von Hin denburg will be reinforced and make another a...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 4 September 1915

THE HAYS FUZE PRESS' EWER IN FAMILIES Average for State is Rapidly Growing Smaller, Says a State Report. MORE CHILDREN III THE CITIES Figures Indicate Country Family Is .Smaller Than That of Town Two Counties Without Negroes. The average Kansas family Is rap idly growing smaller, according to re ports received in the compilation of the decennial census under the super vision of the state board of agricul ture. It is also indicated in the re ports that a larger number of per sons than ever before are collected in the cities of the state. These con ditions, it is believed, are correlative, it being indicated also that the aver age city family is larger than the average rural family. The census reports of ten years ago gave the average Kansas family 4.77 members, while five years ago there were 4.32 persons to the family. J. C. Mohler, secretary of the board of agriculture, asserts that this year's census will show that vthe average family has in it about 4.25 persons. The census repor...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 4 September 1915

Buckeye's Conglomerations. Buckeye sure is a booming place. Bull tractors can be heard night and day. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Groff spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Oblsv last week. Burt Payne, who has been in the hos pital for two weeks, has returned home but won't be able to be on his feet for some time. Mabel Clements spent Friday with home folks. Mrs. Ed Crenshaw spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Grove Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Davis of the Saline were callers at Teddy Balls Sun day. Emmerson Ball's little boy, who has been quite sick for some time, is much better at this writing. The Buckeye boys sure are a fanny bunch. Wait boys until leap year. Chas. Gosser and hired help went pluming Sunday and returned with a good many plums. The plumers were on the river Sun day and they sure gathered plums. There were about twenty-five bushels gathered in just one patch. Andy Ash and father were callers at Obleys Sunday morning. Mr. Ben Ash and Miss Mabel Clem ents attended the carnival one n...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 4 September 1915

I. CM -2.5 The public is seldom slow to accept the whole family an outing. Any onejj CIT Supplement to Hays Free Press, Saturday, September 4, 1915. Total ior city 01 nays NOTICE OF DELINQUENT TAX ! TOWN OF SCHOENCHEN ! n 3-4 of eVi 1 1 I w',i 4 Office of County Treasurer of Ellis county, Kansss ' tawm ot? a wmvivn Hays, Kansas, July lth, 1915. TOWN OF ANTONINO Notice is hereby j?iven that the taxes for the 13 ' 6 year 1U on the following tracts of land and town a ,v trir-i;r?i & npiriM a t lots, situated in th County of Ellis and State of CITY OF VICTORIA ORIGINAL Kansas, are now due and unpaid ana mat umess i n ,2 n.: ot I tract in the same are paid on or before the first Tuesday j in September, towit: Tuesday. September tne tn. l'-Uo. I will on that day and the next succeeding day until all of said tracts of land and town lots are sold, proceed to sell at public sale at my office in Hays City, Kansas, so much of each tract of land and town lot as is necessary to pay the taxes...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 11 September 1915

Historical Sccittl HAY 1.. VOL. XXXIII. KO 42 HAYS, FT T .TR COUNTY. KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 11, 1915 SUiSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR jTlEijlE Tr?TTh TTDlfDTO Fi t Will You Meet It Half-Way? When you start a bank account your early efforts at increasing it may not equal your expectations, you may not be able to save as much as you anticipate, but as your accumulation grows, you will have a larger appreciation of the many advantages and real possibilities in this plan for meeting fortune half way. Our bank account plan awaits your convenience, you do not have to deposit a certain sum at any specified time. CITIZENS STATE BANK HAYS, KANSAS Our Facilities For the prompt and accurate handling of any and all finan cial matters that may be entrusted to us are fully abreast the times modern in everp respect. If you appreciate the many advantages of a helpful bank ing service backed by a sound, safe, conservative business policy we respectfully solicit your account FARMERS STATE BANK WALKER, KANSAS T...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 11 September 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS FRANCIS LYNDE DllI5TMri0fi5CDH10DES ayyy?cT3YCw?Lrj 5Cfi,'Brr?3 sorts SYNOPSIS. Kenneth Griswold. an unsuccessful writer, because of socialistic tendencies, holds up Andrew Galbraith, president of the B&you State Securities, In the presi dent's private office and escapes with $100, 000 in cash. By original methods he es capes the hue and cry and goes aboard the Belle Julie as a deckhand. Charlotte Farch&tn of Wahaska, Minn., who had een hirn cash Galbraith's check In the bank, recognizes him, and decides to de nounce him. She sees the brutal mate rescued from drowning by Griswold. She talks to Griswold and by his advice sends a letter of betrayal to Galbraith anony mously. Griswold is arrested on the ar rival of the boat at St. Louis, but escapes from his captors. He decides on Wa haska, Minn., as a hiding place, and after outfitting himself properly, takes the train. Margery Grierson, daughter of Jasper Grierson, the financial magnate of "Wahaska. starts...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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